Posted 2017-10-09 12:24 PM (#170737 - in reply to #170736) Subject: RE: Brenderup solo wheel bolt torque
Location: Lawrence KS
I know very little about Brenderups - But i can tell you if you torque the wheels to 215/ft lbs ?You will either break studs, pull threads or never be able to get the lug nut off on the side of the road when you have a flat.
Posted 2017-10-10 1:05 AM (#170741 - in reply to #170736) Subject: RE: Brenderup solo wheel bolt torque
Location: North Carolina
Paul ... Thanks for the link ... The Brenderup used AL-KO axles so I think their specs are the most likely applicable.
I believe the source of the 215 foot/pounds was confused about my request. Brenderup does specify 214 foot/pounds for the axle "NUT" and does say it's a one time use. I was asking for the wheel bolt torque... the bolts that hold the wheel rim & tire to the brake drum.
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